Beginning in August 2015, Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy (HPA) will offer Hui ‘Ōpio, an after school program open to all Middle School students in the Waimea community. Classes and sports led by qualified teachers and coaches will run from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the schoolʻs Village Campus. Students can register for either one quarter (eight weeks) or one semester (16 weeks).
About 250 parents were on campus on Thursday, October 16, for the first day of Parents Weekend. The dayʻs activities included class visits at the Middle and Upper Schools, presentations by Special Agent Arnold Laʻanui, Lewis and Clark College, and HPA guidance counselors, and lunch in the Village Campus Dining Room and in the Taylor Commons Dining Hall. Kevin MacLennan, University of Colorado, Boulder, director of admission was the featured speaker.
Gabbie Ewing ’15, who graduated from HPA on Friday, May 22, has been selected for the Hawai’i High School Athletic Association’s (HHSAA) Hall of Honor. Ewing is one of 12 senior athletes from across the state, and the only Hawai’i Island athlete, to be named to this year’s Hall of Honor class. Congratulations!
Aloha, HPA family and friends. Join us for the 19th Annual Headmaster's Cup, which will take place on Friday, June 5 at the Rees Jones Kohanaiki course in Kona. This fun filled day benefits financial aid and athletics at HPA, and your partnership will ensure the continued impact of the gathering.